The group holds regular meetings presenting historical research into Bath and the surrounding area. This page contains links to the newletters, 1 to 64, produced from September 1986 until autumn 2012, and the annual proceedings of our meetings which have been published since then.
Using The Architectural And Landscape Theory Of The Picturesque Movement (Circa 1800) To Explain The Designs And Siting Of Italianate Villas; The Rise And Fall Of The Gore-Langton Family; Victoria Art Gallery - A Bath Panorama; Holbourne of Menstrie Museum - Beyond Mr. Pulteney's Bridge; Prior Park: a Compleat Landscape; Thimble Mill, Widcombe...Read More
The Bath City Record Office: Its Contents And Uses; The Production Of Gunpowder In The Bath Area; Some Aspects of Educational Development in 19th Century Bath; Notes From Bath Reference Library - Computerisation and Cataloguing; The Former Moravian Chapel, 1765, On Monmouth Street; The Gentlemen's Catch Club; Joseph Day (1855 - 1946) Two-stroke Engine Pioneer; Supplementing the earlier exhibition on "The Baths of Bath"; Avon Local History Group Seminar On Publishing...Read More
Bath Brewing Over The Past 200 Years; Visit to Walcot Church; English Civil War - Military Standards And Insignia; Sir Thomas Bridges, Royalist governor of Bath; North Somerset And The Parliamentary Cause In 1842; Three Novels Set In 17Th-Century Norton St Philips...Read More